Castleton in Performance presents acclaimed international cellist Inbal Segev as special guest of the American Chamber Players. Works include Mozart, Poulenc, Merck, and Gabriel Fauré. Founder and violist Miles Hoffman is renowned throughout the country for his erudite commentary on NPR’s Morning Edition. He will be joined by ACP veterans Sarah Stern, flute, Joanna Maurer, violin, Anna Stoytcheva, piano. Castleton is honored to welcome this popular ensemble, known for their residencies at the Library of Congress, the Kreeger Museum, and nationwide tours.“They have established standards of chamber music performance equal to any in the world,” The Washington Post“They appealed to the heart and the head, offering a warm, seductively luxurious sound and an impressive precision and unity of purpose.” The New York TimesInbal Segev picked up the cello at age five in Israel, and by age 16 was invited by the legendary violinist Isaac Stern to continue her studies in the US. She holds degrees from The Juilliard School and Yale University, has performed with many significant orchestras internationally, won top prizes and honors and offers an extensive discography. Inbal Segev’s YouTube channel, featuring music videos and her popular masterclass series Musings with Inbal Segev, has thousands of subscribers and nearly half a million views.